The new state-of-the-art facility has been designed in adherence to international standards for particulate contamination testing within a standard Class 8 environment.
Clean Rooms like this one provide much-needed control to perform contamination-sensitive activities.
This is specifically important to the aerospace industry, where traceability and quality are vital concerns due to the effect that contamination could have on safety and compliance.
Rob Ward, General Manager for Brennan, shared just how significant this new facility is:
“We have the ability to, at a moment’s notice… change production. It allows us to streamline and get parts into production and into our customers’ hands faster, and I can proudly announce that as of Q2 2022, our lab is fully operational at Brennan.”
The idea for this facility started almost two decades ago at Brennan, after they saw the fluid power industry increasing its focus on adhering to international standards for cleanliness and safety.
Since then, the company continues to launch cleanliness initiatives with cutting-edge equipment across their own sites and manufacturing facilities.
They also rely on the expertise of internal and third-party labs like Glaser, Jomesa, and Keyence Corporation to test their products… because in addition to safety and quality benefits, meeting these standards also helps to minimize production downtime, by preventing failures or malfunctions out in the field.
Brennan’s new, fully-operational lab and Class 8 Clean Room allow their highly-trained team to pivot production, streamline their processes, and test all their product jump sizes to ensure the highest quality possible, and exceed industry expectations.
Cleanliness has become an integral part of aerospace and hydraulic industries. Now customers can rest secure knowing that Brennan products are designed, machined, and tested to the highest official standards… bringing cleanliness and safety where they are needed the most.